Pasco County's Best-Kept Secret . . . Is Not A Secret Anymore!

This is the only STUDIO THEATRE in town, where every seat is a good seat.


All tickets are reserved by phone:

(727) 409-0293

or purchased at the door one half hour before the performance.

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Reservations are suggested, as seating is limited.


All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges.

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Broadway veterans Jimmy Ferraro and

Dee Etta Rowe

welcome you to their intimate STUDIO THEATRE.


Jimmy and Dee Etta are well known for producing top-quality, professional entertainment for several decades.

We are conveniently located at 

5732 Main Street in historic downtown

New Port Richey, Florida.

There is plenty of well lighted, free street parking and two nearby free parking lots.

"Just a note to say how much we enjoyed the show and the entire elegance of your operation. ...Every seat is perfect! The stage is so FINE, lights, sound, costumes and especially the cast...everyone did a stellar job! FINE direction and choreography."

  ~ Broadway actor, playwright, director, producer, Martha Velez


What People Are Saying

"A great show Saturday night," and "a great addition to Downtown New Port Richey!"

  ~ New Port Richey Mayor,

      Rob Marlowe

"Your Studio Theatre is a knockout! ...Every little detail was in exquisite taste. I was literally blown away!... You've got a winner on your hands!"

  ~ Playwright Gil Perlroth

"Jimmy Ferraro’s Studio Theatre is quickly gaining a reputation for high quality shows in the 72 seat intimate theater in New Port Richey"

~ The Tampa Tribune

You will see professionally-produced NEW and seldom-seen musicals and plays, plus some classic favorites.

This new musical spoof is a hilarious romp through restaurant dining, holiday feasts, dieting, the organic food rage, pregnancy cravings, and fast food emporiums.

Our Current Show:

Ain't Food Wonderful!

April 10 - May 3, 2015

This tribute to the joys of food features all new songs about everyone's daily encounters like Who Doesn't Like Chinese?, A Bag Boy at Publix, Nothing Like a Jewish Deli, Cellulite Blues, and Hooter Guys. You'll laugh yourself silly and say, "You saw it here, FIRST!"